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Playground

A visual language for children, developed for Apple's Vivarium Project. OOPSLA 89 or 90?
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After arson destroyed the playground on March 17, over 20 organizations have banded together to rebuild a natural playground on the site.
The Walden Woods Green's TerraPark natural playground was designed by architect Ron King, president and founder of the New Hampshire-based Natural Playgrounds Company, a design firm that specializes in natural play environments and for child care centers, schools, and communities.
The design principles of natural playgrounds are based on interviews with more than 5,000 children conducted by the Natural Playgrounds Company and the results of scores of other research studies about how children play and the developmental benefits of various types of play.
Natural Playgrounds Company designs and builds green, sustainable playgrounds.
A TerraPark, exclusive to Charter Homes & Neighborhoods,is a natural playground that combines landscape elements, sun paths, weather patterns, drainage courses, plant groupings and other site features with natural materials, structures, and features to create safe, accessible, age-appropriate natural play areas.
Jamba is putting it's values into action by encouraging youth to get moving on October 23rd and is helping clean up America's natural playgrounds -- beaches and parks - in the process.
Regarding Maine's quality of life, the British editors said, "The state is one of the greatest natural playgrounds in the world," and "Maine offers an exquisite menu of performing arts and cultural entertainment.
Recreational parks with natural playgrounds for children are featured throughout the community.